Ronald Davis is so awesome Ronald Davis, a.k.a. Ron Davis (born 1937), is an American painter whose work is associated with Geometric abstraction, Abstract Illusionism, Lyrical Abstraction, Hard-edge painting, Shaped canvas painting, Color field painting, and 3D Computer Graphics. He is a veteran of nearly seventy solo exhibitions and hundreds of group exhibitions. His work has the lovely combination of being both smart
I have been pondering for the past 4 years what to paint on the back of our studio building… Sometimes it takes a while before the idea makes itself known. This crotched trivet hangs on my sons wall and one day while changing his diaper I looked up and thought it would make a nice
when the hustle of home and city get to be too much, I tap back into places like this.
“Studio Tools” 2015 acrylic on linen 58″x44″ available thru Lisa Sette Gallery. I have been collecting hand tools since I was kid, rummaging thru my dads garage sorting and collecting the ones with the best handles or colors has continued to this day (now i collect at antique stores cuz I cleared out my
Hand tools have been used by humans since the stone age when stones were used for hammering and cutting. During the bronze age tools were made by casting the copper and tin alloys that the period is named after in clay moulds. Bronze tools were sharper and harder than those made of stone. During the iron age iron replaced bronze, and tools became even stronger and more durable. The Romans developed tools
Alexander Calder (/ˈkɔːldər/; July 22, 1898 – November 11, 1976) was an American sculptor known as the originator of the mobile, a type of kinetic sculpture made with delicately balanced or suspended components which move in response to motor power or air currents. Calder’s stationary sculptures are called stabiles. He also produced numerous wire figures, notably for a miniature circus.